Wisconsin Aquaculture Conference 2019
February 15th & 16th in Eau Claire, WI
The Wisconsin Aquaculture Association has partnered with the UWSP NADF to offer the 24th Annual Wisconsin Aquaculture Conference 2019...
Other collaborators include the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant, Minnesota Sea Grant, and North Central Regional Aquaculture Center (NCRAC). This year’s conference will offer a variety of presentations from experts around the region, trade show, “Taste of Wisconsin” Reception and auction.
Additional Workshop Training...
The conference will also feature an outreach and training workshop on Saturday, in collaboration with NCRAC. This addition is part of a NCRAC funded grant to deliver workshops and training on important topics region wide to expand the development of North Central Region aquaculture. Project partners include The Ohio State University, University of Minnesota and National Aquaculture Association. The workshop will feature fish health, bringing in experts to perform fish necropsy demonstration, discuss biosecurity practices and water quality managment.
Saturday includes this hands-on Fish Necropsy (option 1) or a Yellow Perch Forum (option 2). See agenda link below for addtional details.
"The annual WAA conference is one of the best times a year to gather around and share information. Whether you are a seasoned veteran or a newbie kicking the tires you will find something that benefits your operation or advances your quest. This year we brought some producers from neighboring states to share their stories plus highlight some of Wisconsin's own exciting new operations. Plus, once again we had Chef Dani Klontz from Idaho giving us new ideas on how to market and prepare our wonderful products."
-Peter Fritsch, WAA President
Online Registration through Wisconsin Aquaculture Association...
Hotel Reservations - Holiday Inn South I-94 Rooms available under "Wisconsin Aquaculture Conference". Call front desk to reserve at 1-715-830-9889
For more information about Wisconsin Aquaculture Association, visit www.wisconsinaquaculture.com